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- Teaching What You're Not: Identity Politics in Higher Education (New York and London: New York University Press, 1996), ed. by Katherine J. Mayberry, contrib. by Nancy J. Peterson, Barbara Scott Winkler, Janet M. Powers, J. Scott Johnson, Jennifer Kellen, Greg Seibert, Celia Shaughnessy, Christie Farnham, Barbara DiBernard, Celeste Michelle Condit, Jacqueline Jones, Lavina Dhingra, Indira Karamcheti, Craig Heller, Robert S. Levine, Gary L. Lemons, Gerard Aching, Donna J. Watson, Mary Elizabeth Lanser, and Renée R. Curry (HTML with commentary at NYU Press)
- Democracy's Children: Intellectuals and the Rise of Cultural Politics (Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell University Press, c2002), by John McGowan (PDF and EPub with commentary at Cornell Open)
- Border Talk: Writing and Knowing in the Two-Year College (c1997), by Howard B. Tinberg (PDF files with commentary at colostate.edu)
- Learning Re-Abled: The Learning Disability Controversy and Composition Studies (c1995), by Patricia A. Dunn (PDF files with commentary at Colorado State)
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- Towards the New Education: The Case Against Autocracy in Our Public Schools (Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Issued by the Schoolmasters' Association of New York and Vicinity and the American Defense Society, Entitled, "Unpatriotic Teaching in Public Schools") (ca. 1918), by Teachers' Union of the City of New York